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CNN
Mar 9, 2013 3:00am PST
man hunt for osama bin laden's son-in-law is culminating in a new york courtroom steps away from ground zero. >> bin laden's former spokesman is pleading not guilty to charges of conspireing to kill americans. and susan candiotti reports, it's what he's saying outside of the courtroom that could become critical in this trial. >> reporter: victor and brianna, good morning. for years, his video messages spewing hate and dire warnings to americans after 9/11 have finally brought him to america inside a courtroom. entered the courtroom looking and acting much differently than the al qaeda spokesman so often seen next to his father-in-law osama bin laden. in new york federal court, he looked older, balding, his dark beard now gray. gone was the fiery rhetoric. he quietly said yes when asked if he understood the charges and left it to his lawyer to enter his plea, not guilty. but behind the scenes, he is talking to investigators. prosecutors dropping a bombshell. revealing he made a 22-page statement after his arrest. possibly powerful evidence. >> prosecutors always want statements fr
CNN
Mar 2, 2013 3:00am PST
-in-law was in there and he's underneath the house. >> okay. hold on one second. let me connect you with ems. >> okay. >> that was the 911 call made to police early friday morning. witnesses say they heard a deafening sound and then a sink hole opened up under jeff bush's bedroom. his brother tried to save him but was unsuccessful. and jeremy broke down in tears as he spoke to anderson cooper last night. >> i'm so sorry for what you're going through. and -- what happens now? i mean -- where are -- >> there's a picture of my brother right there. there's a picture of my brother right there. the man i love. the guy i always -- he's my brother, man. he was everything to me. that's him. >> officials say the sink hole is still expanding and could eventually take the whole house with it. >>> overseas now, hugo chavez is fighting for his life according to his vice president who says chavez is being treated at a military hospital in caracas. chavez recently returned to venezuela after undergoing cancer treatment in cuba. his health kept him from attending his own inauguration in january when
CNN
Mar 10, 2013 3:00am PDT
legalzoom.com today and make your business dream a reality. at legalzoom.com we put the law on your side. >>> the world baseball classic turned ugly when a full scale brawl broke out between canada and mexico. joe carter has the story. >> the fight started because team mexico thought that team canada was running up the score so in the ninth inning canada had about a six-run lead. they were in position to perhaps score more runs. that's when mexico sent a clear message saying, hey, we're not happy with your strategy to score so we're going to throw an intentional into your back. the fastball hit rene stisoni. seven players were ejected. after the game canada's manager explained that they weren't doing it to insult mexico or embarrass mexico. because of the point system that's set up in the world classic, he felt like his team had to score more runs to earn more points to advance to the next round. >> what happened tonight is because of the rulings that they have. regular baseball during the season you'd never see that happening, but because of the run differential that they have, you
CNN
Mar 3, 2013 4:00am PST
, which gives the federal government the right to negate local and state election laws in certain areas of the country, mostly in the south, if they believe it will disenfranchise minorities and the vice president has said he didn't realize that these fights would have to be fought over and over. yesterday i spoke with one of the attorneys for the naacp defense fund and he is arguing this case in front of the supreme court along donald varrili. justice scalia said this amounts to racial entitlement. here's his response to that claim. >> from the perspective of a civil rights lawyer and an american it completely denies our history. for more than a century of persistent discrimination. discrimination that stood in the face of the constitution. it's an answer to promisess that went unkept for over 100 years. the voting act rights captures what is best in america. the idea that we should all be able to participate in the democracy. >> there were 98 senators in 2006 who voted to reauthorize the voting rights act of 1965, including joe biden and every senator from the states that it covers. so,
CNN
Mar 10, 2013 4:00am PDT
florida has one of the strictest stalking laws in the country. most places it's a misdemeanor charge, a minor charge where you face probation or community service. in florida they have a felony provision where you actually can be sentenced to state's prison in a particularly serious case. now we don't know what is involved in this case, whether it would rise to that level or, indeed, if charges will ever be formally brought, but it's in the a good place to be charged with stalking. >> no. paul, apparently her ex-boyfriend is alleging at least half a dozen incidents of stalking. if, say, his lawyers are able to establish a pattern here, will that be damaging? >> yes, that will be highly damaging to him. there are claims being made by the boyfriend that there have been seven prior reports of stalking-like behavior, phone calls, text messages. there's also a claim that this wound up in front of a florida judge once before when apparently the boyfriend sought a restraining order, so there appears to be a long history here of things going on between these two people so we have to see what th
CNN
Mar 3, 2013 3:00am PST
. the federal government saying that those laws are still needed to make sure that everyone has a part of the franchise and is able to vote freely. we'll hear from him today. he had no idea that america will be fighting and refighting so many fights that he thought would be settled. part of what he will talk about today, but also recognize this area's role in the civil rights movement. >> victor, do we have a sense of how big these crowds are going to be and how they might compare to other years? >> historically, thousands of people here at what is called the bridge crossing jubilee in selma. so many come to recognize what happened on march 7th when about 600 peaceful protesters tried to make that 54-mile walk from selma to montgomery, but got as far as the bridge when they were beaten down. 17 had to go to the hospital. one was congressman john lewis. he will be here today. in the past we've seen presidents and president clinton in the last few months of his administration. he was here in 2000 and 2007 barack obama and hillary clinton were here at the start of the 2008 presidenti
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